Man turi joti sarupu hai apna mulu pachhanu 0 my Self ! you are of the nature of light; do recognize your origin (GG, 441)
I came across the above 'tuk' on this forum when Drkhalsa ji posted it in some of the post.I thought that it is only to know and that it is simple. But it is not so. I even do not understand the 'Man' or mind. Where it is Located? How it is to be recognised and how to recognise its Mool or ts value.?
What is its interconnection with soul or The creator.?
Shall be ever grateful if you kindly guide or rather help me out in undergoing this journey together through this net.
only serious sikhs undergoing this trauma may kindly reply else ignore this.
Believe me -- this is the hardest thing of all. How can I guide you or anyone else, when I cannot find the way myself.
Man, munn -- hard to grasp what it does and how it does what it does or how big or small it is or how valuable or how difficult. Without munn one cannot know there is a Creator.:: Because of munn one cannot jump the barrier easily to find the Creator. :down: Munn is both a gift and a nuisance.
It does not look funny. Anyone who cares knows how great your questions are.
All I can offer to this discussion is something that Ikongkaar Khalsa of 3HO and Espanola, NM, once said. She recorded the translation and katha in English of the Daily Hukamnama on Sikhnet last summer. She told the story of Guru Arjan Dev ji . She said he loved his father so much, Guru Ram Das ji. Guru Arjan Dev wanted to please his father by achieving his father's level of holiness. And he couldn't do it, he couldn't figure it out, he couldn't get there. He felt he was such a disappointment. He was so desperate. And then he got it. This is the context for Shabad Hazzare. Guru Ram Das had sent him away to live with his uncle -- then finally Guru Arjan Dev ji understood -- and wrote the Shabad. It is all about love. But whether we get it, depends completely on the Divine One. Submitting to this understanding is the best way to go. That way one's anxiety is lifted. Seva to Guruji then is a pleasant thing. :star:
Best I can do, veer ji.